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One Laptop per Child (OLPC), a non-profit organisation which provides laptops to children in remote and poor areas of the world, is extending its Give One Get One program beyond the initial two-week limited time offer through to 31 December 2007 in the USA and Canada.
Andrew Barras, 26, engineer, Gateshead: I'd give one to Ant and Dec because they're down to earth and a really good laugh.
Q Finish this sentence: "I'd give one month's pay for one chance to .
Not all the stories are equally convincing, but they all give one pause.
Gift cards and gift certificates keep growing, with 40% of adults planning to give one, up from 36% last year.
Greenlaw's lunch date there with her mentor and friend of 25 years, Alden Leeman, provides the framework for the series of stories she shares with readers--the very stories, or so the author alleges (though the book's title may give one pause)--that she and Alden and hangers on at their table swapped that day at the Dry Dock over a very extended luncheon.
I have always prayed that when, in my heart and soul, I felt that I could no longer give one hundred per cent, that God would give me the grace and wisdom to discern that the time had come to move on," he wrote.
The piece starts strongly enough to give one hope, and there's one truly funny duet about a third of the way through that wrings every movement possibility from the idea of exhaustion-induced flaccidity, but then Parsons's imagination gives out.
The best way to illustrate Virgin Galactic's mission for the safe, affordable exploration of space is to give one person a chance to win, rather than pay for, a seat on our spacecraft,'' Branson said in an announcement last week.
The sight of a "Fresh Eggs" sign at a rural farm might give one pause after reading this unusual story.
We've teamed up with the promoters of this great show to give one lucky reader the chance to introduce it when it arrives at Whitley Bay Playhouse, on August 29.
One Laptop per Child (OLPC), a non-profit organization focused on providing educational tools to help children in developing countries "learn learning," announced today the results of its Give One Get One campaign that ran from November 12 through December 31, 2007 in the United States and Canada.
One Laptop per Child (OLPC), a non-profit organization dedicated to providing every child in the world access to new channels of learning, sharing and self-expression, is extending its recently launched Give One Get One program beyond the initial two-week limited time offer through December 31, 2007, in the USA and Canada.
Participate Now in Give One Get One to Help Transform Education and Learning in Developing Countries